A trip to the Western Urals is simply impossible to imagine without visiting the legendary Kungur cave, which will become the main goal of our route. You will descend into ice labyrinths with huge grottoes and underground lakes. Walk along the atmospheric streets of the merchant Kungur and enjoy the stunning Ural panoramas from the top of the Ermak rock. Individual excursion for 1-4 people Duration 6.5 hours Children Allowed with children How it goes By car Rating 4.96 on 28 reviews 10900 rubles per tour Price for 1-4 people, regardless of the number of participants
What awaits you
Merchant Kungur Our journey will start from Kungur, one of the most beautiful cities in the Perm Territory, which is famous not only for its marvelous nature, but also for the secrets that its ancient streets keep. You will plunge headlong into the history of the merchant city, look at beautiful temples and churches, see the Navel of the earth and even be able to touch it. I will tell you why there is a balloon park in Kungur and who Nikita the flyer is. And we will also pass along the Sylvensky bridge - an original design that has no analogues in the Urals
Descent to the Kungur cave We will definitely visit the Kungur Ice Cave - the most visited attraction of the Perm Territory, where thousands of travelers from all over the world come every year. The length of the underground labyrinths of the Kungur Cave is more than 5 km, which makes it the seventh largest natural gypsum cave in the world! You will walk along an equipped trail through huge ice grottoes decorated with illuminated stalactites and stalagmites, underground lakes and "organ pipes" - narrow mines that reach the very surface of the earth
History and nature of the Perm land On the way, you will learn many interesting stories about the mysterious Perm land and admire the natural beauty of the Western Urals. See a beautiful panorama from the cliff named after the conqueror of Siberia. You will find a story about the legendary Yermak Timofeevich and his squad, as well as some remarkable facts about the Trans-Siberian railway along which our route will pass.
- Admission tickets to the Kungurskaya cave are additionally paid: on weekdays 600 rubles / adult and 400 rubles / child, weekends and holidays - 700 rubles / adult and 500 rubles / child
- To descend into the cave, be sure to take warm clothes with you: it is cold in the first grottoes of the cave (-3 degrees below zero)
- If you get hungry, we can have a snack at the Stalagmit cafe near the cave: about 200-400 rubles. per person
- The tour cannot be conducted for travelers in a state of alcoholic intoxication (associated with a visit to Orthodox shrines)
- The tour can also be conducted in English
Meeting point by agreement with the guide, you can discuss it when ordering an excursion.